Honda CB 750 Four from 1969, four cylinders, 736 cc, 67 HP, max. speed 194 km/h. Production: 1969 – 1978More
Seiko World Time from 1987. Gold version
Suzuki GT 750 from 1971, three cylinders, 738 cc, 70 HP, five speeds, max. speed 200 km/hMore
Born in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, in 1938, Robert Rÿker wanted to play the tuba from the age of five, but he had to wait before taking up this large instrument. His father was an insurance agent, and the family often moved. Riker changed schools many times, but since he played the tuba well, he was …More
Red Honda GL 1500 Gold Wing from 1988, six cylinders, 1520 cc, 100 HP, five speedsMore
Honda CX 650 Turbo from 1983, two cylinders, 673 cc, 100 HP.
The Marc Vidal Automobile Museum and its collection
On October 23, the Artalroc in Escaldes-Engordany opens a new exhibition entitled “Japan, the footprint of water”. The 190 photographs that will be on display, most of them hand-colored, belong to the Guimet National Museum of Asian Art in Paris.
“Japan, the footprint of water” is a representative exhibition of Japan during the second half of …More
The JVC Portable Disc Center DC – 7LMore
Combat aviation of the world: the Kawasaki Ki-48, 九九式双発軽爆撃機 (shiki-souhatu-keibaku) shortened to ‘Sokei’, Army Type 99 Twin-engined Light Bomber)), was a Japanese twin-engine light bomber that was used during World War II. Its Allied reporting name was “Lily”.
The first flight was in 1939. Only 1997 aircrafts of this type were produced. The maximum bomb …More
The Type 4 Ke-Nu (四式軽戦車 ケヌ Yon-shiki keisensha Kenu) was a light tank of the Imperial Japanese Army in World War II. It was a conversion of existing Type 95 Ha-Go light tanks, re-fitted with the larger turret of the Type 97 Chi-Ha medium tank. It was developed in 1944. Armament: 57 mm cannon (type …More